The Future Is Electric Part II: How Average New Jersey Households Can Save by Electrifying

Posted June 22, 2023

The report commissioned by New Jersey Conservation Foundation confirms that transitioning off fossil fuels to highly efficient and affordable electric appliances like heat pumps will reduce emissions, improve indoor and outdoor air quality, reduce health disparities in overburdened and underserved communities and communities of color, and help New Jerseyans reduce their energy bills.

Buildings remain the second largest source of greenhouse gas emissions in New Jersey and aggressively reducing emissions through building electrification will be instrumental in achieving the Global Warming Response Act’s target of an 80% reduction in emissions by 2050.

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